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PHOENIX (AP) — Ron Watkins, one of the most prominent figures in the QAnon conspiracy movement, said Monday he is running for Congress in Arizona because the state is at the forefront of the fight … more
The city of Phoenix has created the first publicly funded municipal department in the country focusing on heat relief. The Office of Heat Response and Mitigation will coordinate the city’s … more
ritish Airways has resumed flights between Phoenix and London, adding a big impact to the Valley’s international destinations. The flights began Aug. 31, and will complete three trips a … more
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic when homeless shelters were short on beds because of physical distancing requirements, the city of Phoenix and a local nonprofit converted a former hotel into … more
PHOENIX (AP) — A judge has rejected the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate’s contention that it can withhold a raft of communications between its leaders and private contractors they hired to … more
Available land is continually being snatched up near the site of the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.­in an area that looks to take on an economic spark for north Phoenix. Earlier this … more
A Phoenix planning committee overruled city staff’s recommendation to limit the height of a planned high-rise apartment at Bell and Scottsdale roads after the developer said it would scrap the … more
A 261-unit, five-story apartment building is planned near Kierland Commons. The proposed project, called Davis Kierland, is slated for a 4.2-acre property southwest of 71st Street and Marilyn … more
A 24-year-old Surprise man was arrested Tuesday on accusations he had sex with a 16-year-old female student while on campus at Dysart High School in El Mirage. The man, Nathan Jellicoe, was a … more
The Phoenix Women’s Commission Pay Equity Subcommittee plans to ask the city for a starting budget of at least $59,000 for efforts to educate workers and businesses about pay equity and connect … more
Local business owners must prepare to navigate uncharted territory as a federal vaccine mandate looms over various industries with more than 100 employees. President Joe Biden outlined a plan last … more
As COVID-19 emptied college campuses of students in 2020, the smaller number of people gathered at Phoenix- area schools contributed to some twists and turns in campus crime data. more
Arizona students took a hit when it came to learning during the pandemic so far, and it may take several years to correct that slide. The state is putting roughly $19 million into corrective … more
As Valley students and their families jetted off for fall break trips, the Phoenix area’s second-largest airline suffered a system-wide breakdown. more
From gun violence then to a lingering virus now, the soil below where public education occurs has been labeled dangerous ground for American students for nearly a decade. Aside from the dangers … more
Several Phoenix-area community colleges are growing seed libraries to benefit students, faculty, the public and the wildlife that lives in Maricopa County. more
PHOENIX (AP) — A metro Phoenix sheriff's deputy who has been hospitalized after suffering grave injuries at the hands of a man he arrested will be taken off life support. Maricopa County Sheriff … more
Tempe and several other Valley cities made the list of a cluster of U.S. suburbs that have evolved from homeowner territory to a renter-centric area. The list, developed by rentcafe.com, said … more
In preparation for this year’s monarch migration, Mayor Kate Gallego proclaimed September 2021 to be “Planting for Monarchs Month” in order to encourage Phoenix residents to plant … more
AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) — A suspect was being sought Saturday after a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office deputy was found injured at a sheriff's substation, a MCSO spokeswoman said. The deputy was … more
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